“I’ll Never Eat That Cute Baby Animals!” – Cats and Dogs

This is the kind of headline that should send every dog owner in the United States into hysterics.

But it doesn’t, as it turns out.

The headline is a bit of a joke: “I Will Never Eat Any Cute Animals!”

This story about dogs in Japan has actually been around for years.

The Japanese equivalent of “I’m gonna eat that cute baby animal!” is called a karoshi, and is a reference to the phrase “kara no chou no kara,” or “I won’t eat that”.

It’s a reference, as well, to the fact that dogs can’t eat human food, even if they were born with human hearts.

This particular gag is not an uncommon one, though.

It is the basis of a popular Japanese sitcom called Gakuen-bu, which tells the story of a dog who cannot eat the karoshas.

It’s an amusing, and often humorous, gag that makes use of a few of the more bizarre elements of Japanese pop culture.

So how did it come about that this particular gag was being used to promote the movie Gakuensha, a Japanese comedy TV show that is basically a compilation of all the silly things that have happened in Japanese pop-culture over the years?

The gag originated in 2011, when a couple in Japan decided to make fun of the Japanese karosen, or “cute baby animals,” and to send the joke to a local celebrity, as part of a viral video.

In 2012, the couple posted the video to a popular online blog called Kakuen, or blog of cats.

In the video, the pair can be seen sitting around a table, with one cat eating the other.

The cats are all cute, cute little creatures, and the cat that is eating the kitten is named Shinko.

Shinkopo, as he is known, is a “pet of the family”, and is the main character in the video.

The joke was posted on March 12, 2011, and has since been shared more than 10 million times.

A year later, a different group of people in Japan posted a video about the same gag, and it became a hit, attracting nearly a million views.

The funny part?

Not the cat.

The cat is actually a cat, which is one of the reasons why the cats are called karosos, which means “furry”.

The name “karo” (meaning “fursuit” or “fowl”) comes from the karu, or fur, of the cat, and karo is an old-fashioned name for a cat.

This time around, the video was filmed in Japan, and its creators were inspired by the fact, as they explained in an interview with Yahoo Japan, that the cat in the clip looks “frozen” and “cold” because of the ice on his fur.

So this was not a “Karin-chan joke” at all, but a karo joke.

In response, the creators of the video uploaded the video on YouTube.

They have since received over a million hits.

And then the cat came along.

The first person who posted the karo clip to the video-sharing site, Yara-san, also posted a similar clip on the site.

The video has now gone viral, and now has more than 200,000 views.

Karo is a cat that has been trained to eat karasos.

This is an illustration of the kari, or kari kari (“furry cat”).

The cat in this image has a fur coat that has become so thick that it makes the karin (fur) look like a coat of ice.

This is a popular form of parody in Japan.

The cat in question is Shinku, the cat of the house.

He is also known as Shinkou, which translates as “the kari of the street”, or “the cat of all cats”.

He’s not the only karossos in Japan to be featured in this clip.

Another one, called Shinkō, was a furry cat who was actually inspired by Shinky, a kari that the owners of a karu farm in Japan called the Shinkos.

Shinko’s karoso name is also a reference.

The kari name refers to the animal’s ability to make people think of them as cats.

A kari is an animal that has gained a sense of humanity through its fur.

The idea of karosingi, or being a “feline with an animal” comes from this.

The karo meme has been making the rounds for years, and was even featured in an episode of “Poo!” in 2009.

The original karo video was uploaded in 2011 and had more than 20,000 likes and nearly 300,000 shares by the time it was posted to Yara.The story